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HDNet Concert Series Schedule For the Week of August 11th, 2008

Sun., Aug. 17 - 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
LIVE! from Central Park SummerStage - Guster
- Guster, the Boston based trio, has garnered critical and popular acclaim for its galvanizing live shows, near-constant touring and series of groundbreaking albums. Affirming the enduring virtues of solid songwriting, understated and openhearted performances, and a penchant for off-kilter moments of ecstatic inspiration Guster has earned a fervent national following.

Sun., Aug. 17 - 1:30 PM ET / 10:30 AM PT
Welcome to Our Party - Rusted Root Live in Philadelphia
- The Pittsburgh sextet captured live at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia. This multi-instrumentalist group integrates the Grateful Dead's jam-heavy rock with percussion influences based on the music of Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America. Performing the crowd favorites, "Send Me On My Way", "Ecstasy" and "Hands Are Law", you'll catch a glimpse of why critics and fans have been hailing this band's live shows for years.

Sun., Aug. 17 - 3:30 PM ET / 12:30 PM PT
Gaelic Storm - Live in Chicago
- Since its inception nearly ten years ago, Gaelic Storm has continued to broaden the musical horizons of the Celtic music genre. With their blend of Irish traditional melody and acoustic instrumentation, they have created compelling original world rhythms. Gaelic Storm showcases their trademark sound with energetic performances and enthusiastic audience interaction. Their hit shows magically translate the rowdy intimacy of a pub to crowds of screaming fans.

Sun., Aug. 17 - 5:30 PM ET / 2:30 PM PT
Alison Krauss & Union Station
- This incredible performance by Alison Krauss and Union Station at the Louisville Palace in Louisville, Kentucky blends bluegrass, jazz and folk. In 1995 Alison Krauss won the grammy award for female country vocalist of the year. This awesome performance finds bluegrass's most celebrated crossover band at the top of its game.

Sun., Aug. 17 - 8:00 PM ET / 5:00 PM PT
Collective Soul - Home
- During the mid 1990's, the quintet Collective Soul developed grunge into a more succinct brand of angst with their debut release Hints, Allegations and Things Unsaid. Now, in this live concert special aptly entitled Home, Collective Soul comes back to their hometown of Atlanta, Georgia. Performing at the Woodruff Center with extraordinary guests, The Atlanta Youth Symphony Orchestra, the band pleases the audience with new songs from their May 2005 release, From the Ground Up plus all their greatest hits including "Gel," "Shine," World I Know," and "December" among others.

Sun., Aug. 17 - 9:35 PM ET / 6:35 PM PT
One with Everything - Styx & The Contemporary Youth Orchestra of Cleveland
- For one magical night in May 2006, Styx, veterans of nearly 35 years of performing, joined forces with Cleveland's Contemporary Youth Orchestra, a 171-piece orchestra and choir composed of students aged 13-19, to perform a range of selections from the Styx catalog. Fans are treated to a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hear classic Styx rockers with an orchestral twist.

Sun., Aug. 17 - 11:40 PM ET / 8:40 PM PT
Robin Gibb With The Frankfurt Neue Philharmonic Orchestra Live
- Robin Gibb is one third of the Bee Gees, one of the most successful vocal groups of all time. In this September 2004 performance, backed with a full orchestra at the Art & Exhibition Hall in Bonn, Germany, he revisits selections from the width and breadth of his songbook.

Mon., Aug. 18 - 1:00 AM ET / Sun., Aug. 17 - 10:00 PM PT
Johnny Mathis - Wonderful, Wonderful... A 50th Anniversary Special
- The legendary crooner Johnny Mathis, the voice of romance for more than two generations, celebrated his fiftieth year as a recording artist with this gala concert performance at the Tropicana Resort Showroom in Atlantic City. Among the many popular Mathis hits to be presented: "Wonderful, Wonderful," his first hit-parade success in 1957, as well as "It's Not for Me to Say," "Chances Are," "A Certain Smile," "The Twelfth of Never" and "Misty."

Mon., Aug. 18 - 2:00 AM ET / Sun., Aug. 17 - 11:00 PM PT
Collective Soul - Home

Mon., Aug. 18 - 3:35 AM ET / 12:35 AM PT
One with Everything - Styx & The Contemporary Youth Orchestra of Cleveland

All schedules subject to change -- see the HDNet web site at www.hd.net for the latest information.
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